Suicidal Ideation and Suicide Attempts

The Role of Comorbidity with Depression, Anxiety Disorders, and Substance-use Disorder
  • T. Bronisch
  • H.U. Wittchen


Anxiety Disorder Suicidal Ideation Suicide Attempt Personality Disorder Panic Disorder 
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  • H.U. Wittchen

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